The gods of the Egyptians, or, Studies in Egyptian mythology

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Published 1969
Item Details
ISBN:
9780486141527 (electronic bk. : v. 1)
9780486139982 (electronic bk. : v. 2)
0486141527 (electronic bk. : v. 1)
0486139980 (electronic bk. : v. 2)
Publisher, Date:
New York : Dover Publications, 1969.
Description:
1 online resource (2 v.) : illustrations (part folded, color), plates
Other Title:
Gods of the Egyptians
Studies in Egyptian mythology
Notes:
Originally published: Chicago : Open Court Pub. Co., 1904.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Access limited to Parkland Regional Library members.
Description based on online resource; title from EPUB title page (Library Ideas, viewed Feb. 4, 2014).
Contents:
V. 1. The gods of Egypt ; Conception of god and the "gods" ; Primitive gods and nome-gods ; The companions of the gods in heaven ; The underworld ; Hell and the damned ; The oldest company of the gods and the creation ; History of the creation of the gods and of the world : hieroglyphic text with interlinear transliteration and translation ; Rā, the sun-god, and his forms ; The myths of Rā ; The legend of Rā and Isis : hieroglyphic text with interlinear transliteration and translation ; The destruction of mankind : hieroglyphic text with interlinear transliteration and translation ; Thoth, and Maāt and the other goddesses who were associated with him ; Hathor and the Hathor-goddesses ; The Horus gods ; The great triad of Memphis, Ptaḥ, Sekhet, and I-em-ḥetep
v. 2. Ȧmen, and Ȧmen-Ra, and the triad of Thebes ; Ḥāpi, the god of the Nile ; The triad of Elephantine ; Ȧten, the god and disk of the sun ; The great company of the gods of Heliopolis ; Osiris ; Hymns to Osiris ; Hymns to Osiris from the "Book of the dead" ; Hymn to Osiris : hieroglyphic text with interlinear transliteration and translation ; The names of Osiris ; Plutarch's mythological history of Isis and Osiris ; Ȧsȧr-Ḥāpi or Serapis ; Isis ; The sorrows of Isis ; Set and Nephthys ; Ȧnpu or Anubis ; Cippi of Horus ; Foreign gods ; Miscellaneous gods.
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